|Re: [jdt-dev] Automatic creation of jar|
You can add an Ant task to the build list so that it gets executed after each incremental or full build. However, in Eclipse v2.0.1 I found this change to be annoying since I could not change multiple files and then rebuild the jar. For me, it seemed like the Ant task was always run. So my development was slowed down too much. I simply open a DOS window and execute the Ant task from there as needed. In Eclipse v2.1M4, by contrast, it was easier to create an External Tool entry and then run the Ant task from within Eclipse. I like the v2.1M4 a lot.
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